The band has been together since 1996 and has gone through many music changes. As of now the band is playing night clubs playing any style of music from AC/DC to Dobbie Gray. They are highly followed since the making of their first CD which was a cross of blues, southern rock and hard edge 60's music. Topic: ICU
byLAMYA HOQUE1, S M MOSTOFA KAMAL2 & ZAKARIA AHMED3
The study was based on 100 patients of ICU of central Dhaka city, Bangladesh admitted with different admission causes. Data of each patient were collected from the admission form. The data possessed details about the patient’s history and the problem list. Here in the study patients were dealt with their endotracheal aspirates (ETA). These aspirates were collected from the ICU and were cultured in media (macConkey agar and blood agar) to isolate and identify the pathogenic organisms in them.... Topics: ICU, Endotracheal Aspirates, Microbes
This week, Josh Jensen and I discuss some technology solutions for intensive care units (ICU) in schools. Also, we share some unique projects that Josh implemented in a social study classroom. Topics: ICU, Technology Projects
This messenger allows real time audio and video chat from an Internet connected PC. It includes instant messaging, video mail, private chat rooms, picture in picture and thumbnails of each person with a Web cam. Topics: ICU Messenger, Internet, Communications, Web cams, ICU Messenger
As I finish a three-week rotation in the Intensive Care Unit, three patients with three families stick in my memory. Not so much for their individual cases, though each was memorable and heartbreaking in its way, but for how their needs and ours worked together - or failed to. Also, a trip to the mailbag for more questions from Nancy! Topics: medicine, medical school, residency, surgery, end of life, ICU
We start with some correspondence and a look at the newswires, and then concentrate on questions you should ask your surgeon. Plus, some ways to take control of your care during your hospitalization. Topics: medicine, surgery, residency, medical school, ICU, doctors, hospital
This communications tool works on both the Internet and on intranets. It allows you to send moving video over the Internet using a Web cam. You can also send pictures to cam cell phones, and e-mail pictures and text. It includes buddy list authorization for security, and improved firewall support for home networks and offices. The program also provides access to six card games: gin, spades, hearts, cribbage, 500 and euchre. Note: A camera is required for sending video. Topics: ICUII, Internet, Communications, Web cams, AND, OR, THE, I, BUT, VIDEO CAPTURE, WEB CAM, WEB, CAM,...
Sometimes it feels like I'm at the end of my tether. Sometimes I wonder what exactly it is I'm tethered to. Welcome a special "inside my head" edition of the Dashing MD podcast! Topics: medicine, residency, surgery, ER, trauma, ICU, medical school, medical, surgical, OR
Lecture on chronic pain after intensive care given to the West of Scotland Pain Group on Tuesday 26th November 2013 by Dr Tara Quasim, Consultant in Intensive Care at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. What is the scale of the problem? How can we help patients with chronic pain after discharge from intensive care? What research needs to be done? How can services be organised to help? Topics: pain, chronic pain, intensive care, ICU, intensive therapy, ITU, rehabilitation, Glasgow, Scotland,...
7. Sailor Spotlight: HN Maschhoff8. New Diabetes Clinic10. The Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco12. Optometry Department16. Feet Are the Foundation18. Preventive Medicine: World TB Day Topics: NH Guam, tuberculosis, Hospital Corps, optometry, podiatry, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), diabetes
byWorld Forum for Religions and Cultures; www.religionscultures.org; Dimitrios Matamis;
Speech by Dr. Demitrios Matamis ICU Director Papageorgiou Hospital, at a conference about euthanasia organized by the "World Forum for Religions and Cultures" in Cyprus Title of the presentation Dr. Dimitrios MATAMIS, medical ICU, ICU Director of Papageorgiou Hospital, Thessaloniki, "Euthanasia: Medicine, Ethics and Practice" Topics: World Forum for Religions and Cultures, Ethics, www.religionscultures.org, medicine, cyprus, icu,...
This is just a fun project I made with a software to watch what's happening inside a c64 memory map, also the bitmap memory. Really interesting. Should I continue to make more videos like this? Topics: Altered states, c64 demo, demoscene, memory map, ICU64, bitmap, Commodore, emulation, events,...